Our events are free of charge. Instead, we ask each participant some questions for you to answer in advance which help our team to do three things:
- Enable our community managers to connect people who ought to meet at the event.
- Customise each event so that it is especially relevant and generative to each participant.
- Process documentation from the event to produce a research report which turns individual conversation into collective insight.
Please mention the name / topic of the event you want to participate in, and the city or town where it is happening.
(Q1/3) What makes life good for you? Work, hobbies, family life, leisure, pleasure… Which activities from your present life would you like to keep doing? Which things would you like to never do again? Which would you want to start doing/do more of?
My family life, spend time whit them. Take long walks in the forest whit my dog.
At the moment i like teaching students programming.
(Q2/3) Tell us about your journey! What is an a question or desire that drives you or your work? How did you get started and what hurdles have you met along the way? Which doubts do you have about the work you are doing and the path forward? What kind of support would you like to offer others traveling a similar path? By sharing your story below you enable others to connect you with people, conversations, opportunities relevant to your personal and professional development:"
The most awarding thin about my jobb is when a student finally understand how the problem is solved and how it can be reused later in a projekt.
Young people should try and sometimes fail to find their path in life.
(Q3/3) What interests you about the event topic? Great, now that you’ve made it easier for us to introduce you to the others – start to think about the topic and purpose of the event itself. Why do you want to participate in it? How do you feel the topic touches your work or life at the moment / in the future?
The freedom to se how a problem is solved and able to learn from it, and modify it to reuse to solve another problem. I try to teach my students to search for a similar problem they have, and from that solution make a solution that work for them.